Baltimore’s first Thanksgiving Day parade almost was a disaster

But in early 1936, a man from Pittsburgh, Jean Gros, came to Posen with an idea: renting the “inflated parade figures,” as well as costumes, floats and other items. And so the parade was able to begin, scheduled for 9:30 a.m. on Thanksgiving Day for the first time.

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